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  #1  
March 15th, 2013, 06:28 AM
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this will be my third child
im 35 now
is it harder to get pregnant after 35
i had mirena for 2 yrs after my last child was born
i got it taken out in nov
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March 15th, 2013, 06:54 AM
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Every single body is completely different. If you did not have any conception issues before, then I say you should start out charting your temp and use OPKs. Depending on how much your cycles have already regulated since the IUD removal in Nov can play a huge factor. Somtimes this can take some time, but if you have already regulated then YAY

If you have some issues before with getting pregnant, it would not hurt to set an appointment with your doctor to see where you stand with hormones etc from previously. EVEN if you have never sought out help with a doctor, it is always best to counsel with him/her anyways.

35 is still very young So I say jump in and the ladies here are so amazing, full of knowledge about almost everything possible in regards to TTC.

GOOD luck and I hope your stay is short and sweet
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March 15th, 2013, 07:03 AM
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Every single body is completely different. If you did not have any conception issues before, then I say you should start out charting your temp and use OPKs. Depending on how much your cycles have already regulated since the IUD removal in Nov can play a huge factor. Somtimes this can take some time, but if you have already regulated then YAY

If you have some issues before with getting pregnant, it would not hurt to set an appointment with your doctor to see where you stand with hormones etc from previously. EVEN if you have never sought out help with a doctor, it is always best to counsel with him/her anyways.

35 is still very young So I say jump in and the ladies here are so amazing, full of knowledge about almost everything possible in regards to TTC.

GOOD luck and I hope your stay is short and sweet

well i take a test last fall with my dr for my levels they came out good
i had my iud taken out nov 19
i got my first period nov 25 then dec 26 then jan 23 then feb 17
so far so good
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March 15th, 2013, 07:11 AM
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WOO HOO Sounds great! I am so glad I finally started temping although at times I want to pull my hair out LOL

Cannot wait to see how this cycle turns out for you
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March 15th, 2013, 07:20 AM
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I agree with Gamer_Princess that everyone is different. Congrats to already having normal cycles after having your IUD removed. I would definitely say try using OPKs if you need a better idea when you ovulate. Finger crossed for you that you get your bfp soon and your stay here is short&sweet.
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